ASRC Masterclasses enable peer-to-peer discussion of relevant topics guided by a leader in the field. Masterclass #3 will be lead by Don Williams CPP, author of Bomb Safety and Security, The Managers Guide
Takeaways from this Masterclass are the principles underpinning a safe and sensible response to bombs, threats, unattended items and post-blast scenarios. The emphasis is on providing a safe and secure environment while minimising disruption to the organisation and protecting it from claims of mismanagement.
- Physical and procedural protective considerations
- Hazardous mail
- Search planning and management
- Emergency procedure considerations including evacuation for bomb incidents
- Training and testing
- Risk assessment and mitigation and
- Blast modelling factors
Attendees are invited to bring their site’s security and emergency management plans to refer to during the Masterclass.
Date and Time: Wednesday, 18 January 2017 1.30 to 5 pm.
Location: Colonial Theatre, Australian Graduate School of Management, University of New South Wales, Kensingtion Campus (H2 on this Map)
Cost: $275.00 plus GST.
Discounted fee of $250.00 plus GST for: Registered Security Professionals, Members of ASIS International, VMA and FMA.
All attendees will receive a copy of the book “Bomb Safety and Security – the Manager’s Guide”.
Bomb Safety and Security – The Manager’s Guide has been described as providing “… everything a security and safety manager needs to know to plan for that rare unwanted event – including the necessary material for training staff to become more bomb-aware.” Professor Clive Williams MG, Centre for Military and Security Law at the Australian National University, 2016
Available now from Collaborative Publications at the Australian Security Research Centre Bomb Safety and Security covers the full gamut of information required for a manager to learn about explosive effects, bomb security planning, preparing for and responding to bombs, bomb threats, unattended Items, hazardous mail and post blast considerations.